My effort to learn Linux kernel development
raghuram.jallipalli99 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 23 10:37:56 EDT 2021
On Fri, Jul 23, 2021 at 10:18 AM Amit Kumar <free.amit.kumar at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 23, 2021 at 5:24 PM Robert P. J. Day <rpjday at crashcourse.ca> wrote:
> > On Fri, 23 Jul 2021, Amit Kumar wrote:
> > ... lots of stuff snipped ...
> > > Thanks for your words. I kindly request your mentorship. So that it
> > > will be easy for me to make my blog
> > > (https://freeark1blog.blogspot.com) as a gateway to the Linux kernel
> > > development.
> > i dropped gregkh from this response as i don't think he's interested
> > in any followup, so here's my thoughts.
> > i checked out a couple articles at your blog and i'm not trying to
> > be harsh, but there's very little useful content there. aside from the
> > numerous spelling mistakes, the articles are extremely superficial
> > and, in many cases, are imprecise to the point where it's not clear
> > what you're even trying to say.
> > here's an example:
> > "Kernel is like the kernel of a nut. It is a bit difficult for an
> > application program to interact with the kernel directly i.e. it will
> > be a time consuming task to write an application program with the help
> > of the kernel only."
> > i have no idea what that means, or what point you're trying to get
> > across, and most of the articles there are like that. if you want to
> > keep writing, that's great, do whatever you enjoy, but you're being
> > wildly optimistic if you want to describe your blog as a "gateway to
> > linux kernel development."
> > if i were you, i would do less writing, and way more reading. again,
> > i'm not trying to discourage you, but you really need to set your
> > expectations appropriately.
> Thanks for your time and feedback. You are right.
> Except for the last two articles, all other articles were written with
> the intention to introduce a layman to digital devices.
> I have just resumed blogging. I will surely improve my articles
> according to your feedback.
> I am enthusiastic about bringing more and more developers to the Linux
> I wish your support in the future also.
Isn't the LDD 3E by Rubini not a good book ? Has it become outdated
with respect to the current kernel version ??
> Amit Kumar
> > rday
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